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CALENDAR SAN FRANCISCO 

PUBLIC LIBRARV 
Meeting of 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday. March 26, 1987 - 2:00 PM - Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisor Hongisto 
Absent: Supervisors Silver, Ward 

Committe Clerk: Howard A. Jensen 

1. File 259-87 . [Audit Report] Results of review of the City and 
County Controller's Office Internal Audits Division. (Treasurer/ 
Tax Collector Bureau of Delinquent Revenue Operational Review). 
Audit Report No. 8130186. (Controller) 

ACTION: MEETING CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF A QUORUM. 



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The regular meeting of the Oversight Committee meeting 
scheduled for Thursday, April 23, 1987, has been rescheduled 
to Thursday, April 30, 1987, in Room 228, City Hall, at 
2:00 p.m. 




'John L. Taylor 
Clerk of/the Board 



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Rescheduled Meeting of 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday. April 30. 1987 - 2:00 PM - Room 228. City Hall 

Present: Supervisor Hongisto. Silver 
Absent: Supervisor Ward 

Committe Clerk: Howard A. Jensen 



File 259-87 . [Audit Report] Audit by Controller's Office 
Internal Audits Division of the Treasurer/Tax Collector Bureau 
of Delinguent Revenue. (Controller) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED. 



2. File 238-87 . To consider Port audit. (Walker) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR. 



BOARD of SUPERIORS 



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NOTICE OF CANCELLED MEETING 



City Hall 

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The regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight 
Committee for Thursday ,^May 28, 19 87, at 2:00 p.m. 
has been cancelled. The next regular meeting of the 
Committee will be on June 25, 1987. 




/John L. Taylor 
'Clerk of the Board 



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DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
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CALENDAR SAN FkaiJCISCO 
PURUC I.IBRaRV 

Special Meeting of 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday. June 3. 1987 - 2:00 PM - Legislative Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto. Kennedy 
Absent: Supervisor Maher 

Committee Clerk: Howard A. Jensen 



1. File 218-87 . To consider operation of the Office of Citizen 
Complaints. (Kennedy) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR. 



2. File 219-87 . To consider a Management Audit of the Office of 
Citizen Complaints. (Gonzalez. Kennedy) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR. 



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NOTICE OF CANCELLED MEETING 



The regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight 
Committee for Thursday, June 25, 1987, at 2:00 p.m. 
has been cancelled. 

A Special Meeting of the Oversight Committee 
will be held on Thursday, July 9, 1987, at 2:00 p.m., 
in Room 228, City Hall. 




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Meeting ot rat , , BOflt , v 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday^ July 23, 1987 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto, Kennedy, Maher 

Clerk: Pat Eng 



File 237-87 . To consider audit of the Citizens Telecommuni- 
cations Policy Committee. (Walker) 

ACT I ON : 



File 259-87-1 . [Audit Report] Management audit of attendance 
controls within Municipal Railway's Equipment Maintenance and 
Facilities Divisions. (Controller) 

ACT I ON : 



NOTE: It is the intention of the Chair to entertain a motion to 
file the following Items: 

3. File 259-87-2 . [Audit Report] Concession Audit Report on 
Harding Park Golf Course Restaurant. (Controller) 

ACTION: 



4. File 264-87. To consider management audit of the Registrar of 
Voters. (Hongisto) 

ACT I ON : 



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The regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight 
Committee for Thursday, July 23, 1987, at 2:00 p.m., 
has been cancelled. 




Posted 7/17/87 



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235 City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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Thursday, August 27, 1987 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hall 

Members: Supervisors Hongisto, Walker 
Absent: Supervisor Ward 

Clerk: Ga i I Johnson 



1. File 238-87 . To consider Budget Analyst's audit of the Port. 
(Walker) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED. 



File 388-87 . Transmitting 198C-87 Civil Grand Jury Reports. 
(Grand Jury) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD on Port of San Francisco, Youth Guidance 
Center and Department of Recreation and Parks; 
consideration of remaining departments CONTINUED TO 
SEPTEMBER 24, 1987. 



Note : It is the intention of the Chair to entertain a 
motion to file the following items: 

File 259-87-1 . [Audit Report] Management audit of attendance 
controls within Municipal Railway's Equipment Maintenance and 
Facilities Divisions. (Controller) 

ACTION: NO ACTION TAKEN; PENDING BEFORE COMMITTEE. 



4. File 259-87-2. [Audit Report] Concession Audit Report on 
Harding Park Golf Course Restaurant. (Controller) 

ACTION: NO ACTION TAKEN; PENDING BEFORE COMMITTEE. 



5. Fjje 264-87. To consider management audit of the Registrar of 
Voters. (Hongisto) 

ACTION: NO ACTION TAKEN; PENDING BEFORE COMMITTEE. 



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OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 



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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regularly scheduled 
meeting of the Oversight Committee for Thursday. 
September 24. 1987, at 2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled 




JOHN L. TAYLOR 
//Clerk of the Board 



POSTED: 



SEPTEMBER 17. 1987 



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^ CALENDAR 

Meet ing of 
^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, October 22, 1987 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hal 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto, Kennedy, Gonzalez 

Clerk: Gail Johnson 



File 179-87-1 . Hearing to consider recommendations contained 
in Budget Analyst's August 28, 1987 management audit of the 
911 emergency system. (Supervisors Gonzalez, Kennedy) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



Note : It is the intention of the Chair to entertain a 
motion to file the following items: 

File 259-87-2 . [Audit Report] Concession Audit Report on 
Harding Park Golf Course Restaurant. (Controller) 

ACTION: FILED. 



3. File 264-87 . To consider management audit of the Registrar of 
Voters. (Hongisto) 

ACTION: FILED. 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
OCT 2 7 1987 

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Notice is hereby given that due to the Thanksgiving Day 
Holiday, the regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight 
Committee for Thursday. November 26, 1987. at 2:00 p.m.. has 
been rescheduled to Friday, November 20. 1987. at 2:00 p.m.. 
in Room 228. City Hall. 





(OHN L. TAYLOR 
'Cl^rk of the Board 



POSTED: NOVEMBER 5. 1987 



Oversiqht Committee 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
235 City Hall 
in Francisco, CA 94102 



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City Library 
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CALENDAR -3 DEPT. 

n/Wh Rescheduled Meeting of 

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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Friday, November 20, 1987 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto, Gonzalez 
Absent: Supervisor Kennedy 

Clerk : Ga i I Johnson 



1. File 388-87 . Hearing to consider 1986-87 Civil Grand Jury 
Reports. (Grand Jury) 

Sheriff's Department 

Retirement System 

(Continued from August 27, 1987) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; FILED. 



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Special Meeting of DEC 16 1987 

^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

SAN i-KAiMClSCO 

PIIRI IP. ' IROAOW 

Board of. Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Friday, December 11. 1987 - 1:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto, Britt. Silver 
Clerk: Gail Johnson 



File 446-87-1 . Hearing to consider the 1973 Civil Grand 
Jury Report relative to the San Francisco Water Department 
and the Hetch Hetchy Water and Power System. (Supervisor 
Hongisto) 

ACTION: Resolution prepared in/reported out of Committee 

"Urging the Mayor to the urge the Public Utilities 
Commission to suspend negotiations with the Pacific 
Gas and Electric Company on the long-term contract 
for wheeling rates until such time as the Board of 
Supervisors is briefed on the terms of the contract 
between the City and County of San Francisco and 
the Pacific Gas and Electric Company": 
RECOMMENDED. (File 446-87-1.1) Main file 
CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

(Deputy City Attorney to prepare, if necessary, a 
resolution to enable City and County to comply with 
all reguirements necessary to obtain exemption from 
Rostenkowski Amendment to the Revenue Reconciliation 
Bill. On 12/14/87. Deputy City Attorney advised new 
resolution not necessary, as Resolution No. 1068-87, 
adopted on November 30. 1987. contained all the 
necessary provisions.) 



File 446-87-2 . Hearing to consider the Governmental 
Services Committee of the Board of Supervisors' 1974 Report 
on its Hearings to Consider Municipalization of Pacific Gas 
and Electric's (PG&E's) Power Distribution System and the 
need for a feasibility study. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD; CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



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^ NOTICE OF CANCELLED MEETING 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight 
Committee for Thursday. December 24, 1987, at 2:00 
p.m.. has been cancelled. 



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JOHN L. TAYLOR 
Clerk of the Board 




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NOTICE OF CANCELLED MEETING 

Notice is hereby given that the regularly scheduled 
meeting of the Oversight Committee for Thursday, January 
28. 1988. at 2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. 





'JOHN L. TAYJ#R 
Clerk of the Board 



POSTED: 



1/21/88 



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CALENDA ^r.arcisco, Ca 94102 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, February 25. 1988 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228. City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Hongisto. Gonzalez, Kennedy 
Clerk: Joni Landry 

1. File 179-87-1 . Hearing to consider recommendations 

contained in Budget Analyst's August 28. 1987. management 
audit of the 911 emergency system. (Supervisors Kennedy, 
Gonzalez) 

ACTION: Hearing held; consideration continued to the Call 
of the Chair. 



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OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board ©^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Thursday, April 28, 1988 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228, City Hall 

Members: Supervisors Hongisto, Nelder, Gonzalez 
Clerk: Joni Landry 



File 7-87-11 . Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's 
report on overtime usage in the Municipal Railway. 
(Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: 



File 259-87-1 . [Audit Report] Management audit of 
attendance controls within Municipal Railway's Equipment 
Maintenance and Facilities Divisions. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

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Oversight Committee 
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Room 235, City Hall 
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April 28, 1988 
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Thursday, May 26. 1988 - 2:00 P.M. - Room 228. City Hall 
Members: Supervisors Hongisto. Nelder. and Gonzalez 

Clerk: Joni Landry 



File 177-88-2 . Hearing to consider review of management 
audits and studies conducted of the Fire Department, 
including audits conducted by the Budget Analyst. 
(Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: 



File 251-88-1 . Hearing to consider Controller's performance 
audit of the Fire Department Fire Prevention Program. 
(Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: 



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SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

May 26, 1988 
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OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

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The regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight Committee for 
Thursday. June 23, 1988. at 2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. The next 
regular meeting of the Committee will be on July 28. 1988. 



JOHN L. TAYLOR 
/ Clerk of the Board 



Oversight Committee 

San Francisco Board of Supervisors 

City Hall, Room 235 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday. June 22. 1988 - 9:00 A.M. 
Legislative Chamber. 2nd Floor. City Hall 



Members: Supervisors Hongisto. Nelder. and Gonzalez 

Clerk: Joni Landry 

1. File 177-88-2 . Hearing to consider review of management audits 
and studies conducted of the Fire Department, including audits 
conducted by the Budget Analyst. (Supervisor Walker) 

(Recessed from June 15, 1988) 

ACTION: 



2. File 251-88-1 . Hearing to consider Controller's performance audit 
of the Fire Department Fire Prevention Program. (Supervisor 
Hongisto) 

(Recessed from June 15. 1988) 

ACTION: 



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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regularly scheduled meeting of 
the Oversight Committee for Thursday. July 28. 1988. at 
2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. 




POSTED: JULY 21. 1988 



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Board of Supervisors 
City Hall, Room 235 
San Francisco, CA 94102 



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PUBLIC MHWARY 



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regularly scheduled meeting of 
the Oversight Committee for Thursday. September 22. 1988. at 
2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. 





IOHN L.' TAYLOR 
/Clerk of ^the Board 



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SEPTEMBER 15. 198 8 



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CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

-^Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday. October 27. 1988 - 2:00 P.M. 
Room 228. 2nd Floor. City Hall 



Members: Supervisors Hongisto. Nelder. and Gonzalez 

Clerk: Joni Landry 

1. File 251-88-1 . Hearing to consider April 19. 1988. Controller's 
performance audit of the Fire Department Fire Prevention Program. 
(Supervisor Hongisto) 

(Consideration continued from June 15. 1988) 

NOTE: THE CHAIR INTENDS TO ENTERTAIN A MOTION TO CONTINUE 
THIS ITEM. 

ACTION: 



File 251-88-2 . Hearing to consider Controller's February 18. 
1988. report of San Francisco General Hospital Payroll Controls 
and Practices Audit. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 

Rescheduled Meeting of 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday. Movember 17. 1988 - 10:00 A.M. 
Room 226. 2nd Floor. City Hall 



Members: Supervisors Hongisto. Nelder. and Gonzalez 

Clerk: Joni Landry 



File 251-88-2 . Hearing to consider Controller's February 18. 
1988, report of San Francisco General Hospital Payroll Controls 
and Practices Audit. (Supervisor Hongi6to) 

ACTION: 



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NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED MEETING 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the Thanksgiving Day Holiday, 
the regularly scheduled meeting of the Oversight Committee for 
Thursday. November 24. 1968. at 2:00 p.m.. has been rescheduled 
to Thursday. November 17. 1988. at 10:00 a.m.. in Room 228, 
Second Floor. City Hall. 





IOHN L. /TAYLOR 
'Clerk of 'a he Board 



POSTED: NOVEMBER 10. 198 8 



SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

November 17, 1988 
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regularly scheduled 
meeting of the Oversight Committee for Thursday. December 22, 
1988. at 2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. 




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^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the Oversight Committee meeting for 
Thursday, February 23, 1989, at 2:00 p.m. has been cancelled. 



Johi^U-. Taylor fc-v. 
Clerk of the Board 



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^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the Oversight Committee meeting for 
Thursday. April 27. 1989. at 2:00 p.m. has been cancelled. 





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^ NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED MEETING 

^ OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the regularly scheduled meeting of 
the Oversight Committee for Thursday^, May 25, 1989, has been 
rescheduled to Friday, June 2, 1989, at 2:00 p.m. 



Mary'Anne Bulen 



Acting Clerk of the Board 



OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1989 - ?. : 00 P . M . 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONG I STO , NELDER 
ABSENT: SUPERVISOR KENNEDY 
CLERK: PATRICIA J . ENG 



ROOM 228, CITY HALL 



File 251-88-2 . Hearing to consider Controller's report of San 
Francisco General Hospital Payroll Control and Practices 
Audit. (Supervisor Hongisto) 



ACTION 



HEARING HELD 



CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



File 167-89-3 . Hearing to consider Controller's audit of San 
Francisco General Hospital's Department of Food and Nutritional 
Services Operational Audit. (Supervisor Hongisto) 



ACT I ON 



HEARING HELD 



CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



File 11 5-89-3 . Hearing to consider whether or not the Planning 
Code is in need of revision, how the code should be revised, 
how the revision work should be conducted, and ways in which 
members of the public can provide on-going input into the 
process. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



File 167-89-2 . Hearing to consider Controller's audit of the 
San Francisco Market Corporation and Produce Market Association 
and to consider the City's relationship with these two 
organizations. (Supervisor Hongisto) 



ACTION 



HEARING HELD 



FILED. 



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$ OVERS I GHT COMM I TTEE SSS ffSBSS. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
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FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1989 - 10:00 A.M. LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER 

CITY HALL 

MEMBERS: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, KENNEDY 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



1. File 167-89-1 . Hearing to consider the Controller's 

Office audit on the Mayor's Office of Housing, Non-Profit 
Performing Arts Loan Program. (Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



2. File 251-88-3 . Hearing to consider Controller s audit of 
the Senior Escort Service and the Department's response. 
(Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



3. File 251-88-4 . Hearing to consider how Municipal Railway 
proposes to comply with the recommendations of the 
Controller's Office in its report on the management review 
of the contract administration function within the 
Municipal Railway. (Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



If 

wont* 

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CITYAND COUNTY K -ST^Sf I 1 OF SAN FRANCIS 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

BUDGET ANALYST 

1390 MARKET STREET, SUITE 1025 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94102 • TELEPHONE (415) 554-7642 

June 20, 1989 

DOCUMENTS DEPT 
TO: * Oversight Committee 

" 
FROM: Budget Analyst GAt „ _ 



SUBJECT: June 22, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 






Item 1 - File 204-89-1 

1. This item is a hearing to consider the lease/purchase agreement for 
equipment in the proposed 1989-90 Fire Department budget. 

2. The 1988-89 Fire Department budget included funding for the 
lease/purchase of four Triple Combination Pumpers (engines) and two Aerial 
Ladder Trucks (trucks). The proposed 1989-90 budget includes funding for an 
additional four engines and two trucks. According to Chief Lynch, the 1988-89 
lease/purchase funding is being revised to obtain three engines and four trucks 
and the 1989-90 will be revised to obtain five engines and no trucks. 

3. Chief Lynch reports that the bidding process to obtain the 1988-89 order of 
three engines and four trucks has not been completed by the Purchaser's Office. 
After a vendor in this bidding process has been selected, a separate bidding 
process will be used to obtain the lease/purchase financing arrangements. The 
budgeted funding is for the ten percent down payment made at the time the 
vendor is selected. The ninety percent balance is the subject of the lease/purchase 
arrangement which will be paid over a seven to eight year period. 

Comments 

1. Two engines funded in 1987-88 were just received but cannot be put into 
service until outfitting is completed. Bidding for the outfitting is proceeding end 
the engines should be outfitted within four to six weeks. 

2. One truck funded in 1987-88 was ordered about a year ago and is expected 
to arrive shortly. 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

June 22, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 2 - File 204-89-2 

1. This item is a hearing to consider safety hazards to Firefighters and the 
public resulting from mechanical failures of equipment and vehicles operated by 
the San Francisco Fire Department and proposals to reduce the staffing on engine 
companies and rescue squads. 

2. Chief Lynch reports that the water tanks on some Triple Combination 
Pumpers (engines) had to be relocated on the vehicles to improve the weight 
distribution. Additional springs also had to be installed on the engines to help 
overcome the weight distribution problems. Weight distribution on engines 
became a problem when engines designed for general use were purchased for use 
on San Francisco's hills. 

3. Aerial Ladder Trucks (trucks) have had problems with the hydraulic 
mechanisms that raise and lower the main, automatic ladder on the trucks. 
Chief Lynch reports that currently two of the Department's eighteen trucks have 
nonfunctioning hydraulic aerial ladders. The Fire Department has begun a 
testing program whereby two trucks will be tested each week and any repairs 
needed will be performed immediately. Chief Lynch estimates that all eighteen 
trucks will have been tested by August, 1989. 

4. The Mayor's proposed 1989-90 budget for the Fire Department includes a 
reduction in the staffing of Aerial Ladder Trucks by one Firefighter from a staff of 
one Officer and five Firefighters per truck to one Officer and four Firefighters per 
truck. Currently, one truck already has the reduced staffing and the proposed 
1989-90 budget would reduce the staffing on fifteen more trucks, leaving the two 
trucks with the nonfunctioning aerial ladders at the present staffing level. When 
the two nonfunctioning trucks have been repaired, the staffing on them will also 
be reduced. Layoffs will not be necessary to effect the proposed staff reduction. 
The proposed reduction will allow reassigning the fifth Firefighter from each 
truck to other duties that currently must be accomplished by Firefighters working 
overtime (Extended Work Week). 

Comments 

1. There are no proposals at present to reduce staffing on either engines or 
on rescue squads. 



UOAltD OF SUPERVISORS 
BUDGET ANALYST 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

June 22, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

2. The attached letter from the San' Francisco Fire Fighters Local 798 
presents the unions concerns on these matters. 



'Y~**~~f1 ^^7, /^-<- — 



Harvey M. Rose 



cc: Supervisor Ward 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Nelder 
President Britt 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Maher 
President Walker 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



board of gJEEflMSQBS 

BUDGET ANALYST 



JAMES T. FERGUSON 
PRESICENT 



JOSEPH D. DRISCOU. 
VKX PRESIDENT 



JAMES M. AHERN 
SECRETARY 



TIMOTHY F. OBRIEN 
TREASURER 




ATTACHMENT 
Page 1 of 2 

DIRECTORS 
JOHN P. OSHEA 
MILFORO I. PATSEL 
ANTHONY a SACCO 
GERALD R. SUUJVAN 
JAMES A. SUUJVAN 



SAN FRANCISCO FIRE FIGHTERS Local 798 

AFF1UATED WITH 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS, AFL-CIO 

1139 MISSION STREET • PHONE 621-7103 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 

May 19, 1989 

Supervisor Wendy Nelder, Chair 

Oversight Committee 

Board of Supervisors 

235 City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



Re: 



File 204-89-2 



Dear Supervisor Nelder: 



Attached is a fact sheet on testing results for safety/mechanical failures 
on aerial ladder trucks. I will be present at the Oversight Committee 
meeting on June 22 to explain the data, since it is rather lengthy and 
complex to put in written form. 

Your calendar also mentions engine and rescue squad reductions, which 
we have not heard of before. They Mayor's office has proposed reducing 
truck staffing, which we are opposed to. The reduction proposed elim- 
inating one person from each truck (24 hrs/day, 7 days/wk, 365/yr.) 
would amount to 76 jobs eliminated. For each position it takes a figure 
of 4.2x the position to fill it full time. It is a safety issue with 
Local 798; fire fighter safety and citizens' safety. They are reducing 
fire protection and putting both citizens and fire fighters at risk for 
property loss and fire safety. 

We have previously sent you the summary of changes in authorized on-duty 
staffing since 1955 and also the deployment of fire fighting resources, 
i.e., companies closed, disbanded, relocated, or consolidated. 

It should be pointed out from our last year's Annual Report that fire 
suppression experienced "a 17Z increase in the number of responses. 
Although greater alarms increased by 27Z, the total number of actual 
fires remained fairly constant. However, there was a dramatic increase 
in the number of medical emergency responses." 

And now, the Mayor's office is proposing reducing fire protection and 
emergency services. 

Sincere ly , 

SAN FRANCISCO FIRE FICHTERS LOCAL 798 



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CC: Supervisors Hongisto and Kennedy . 



JAMES T. FERGUSON, 
Prcs ident 



SON. (J 



ATTACHMENT 
Page 2 of 2 



PACTS ON SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT 
SAFETY TESTING/AERIAL TRUCKS 



TRUCKS (25) - aa 


follows 1 






PASSED - 9 








■ 


Truck # 3 


(M) 


#672 


1976 


Seagrave 


5 


(M) 


675 


79 


Aa LaFrance 


9 




674 


79 


Seagrave 


15 




628 


73 


it 


16 


(M) 


625 


78 


An LaFrance 


1 




602 


86 


Spartan SPI 


7 




605 


88 


" LTI 


11 




604 


88 


" LTI 


14 




603 


86 


" SPI 


FAILED - 8 










7 relief appa 


ratus 


and 1 


front line. Cost to 


to $30,000. 














#630 


1974 


Am LaFrance 






658 


60 


■i 






660 


60 


ii 


(Trk 


. #18) 


661 


61 


Seagrave 






662 


62 


Am LaFrance 






666 


66 


ii 






667 


67 


ii 






668 


68 


ii 



13 years 
10 
10 
16 
11 
3 

1 
1 
3 



(In Oakdale being 
modified) 



15 years 

29 

29 

28 

27 

23 

22 

21 

June 1988 - 5 were tested; 3 failed. Truck 5 (M) and Truck 8 snorkel pass 

Oct. 1988 - 7 were tested; 5 failed. Truck 3 (M) and Truck 16 (M) 

okay with repairs and modification. 



TO BE PASSED OR TESTED - 8 



Truck 


# 2 




#671 


1975 


Am LaFrance 




1 




629 


73 


ii 




6 




669 


72 


Seagrave 




10 




626 


73 


ii 




12 




676 


83 


ii 




17 




673 


78 


ii 




19 




670 


72 


Am LaFrance 




Truck 


#8 


- #627 


1973 S 


eagrave is in 



14 years 
16 
17 
16 
6 
11 
17 



When being tested and repaired, it takes anywhere from 60 to 90 days 
usually 90 days shop time. 



Next week (FY 88-89) 4 aerials (turcks) and 3 pumpers (engines) to be ordered, 
with delivery 6-7 months/Feb. 90. 

Next fiscal year (89-90) no aerials (trucks and 5 pumpers (engines) 

Under term purchase agreement (testing) for 14 tests. It is believed half will fall 

These are lease-purchase options. More expensive, but gives us the opportunity to 
acquire more apparatus at one time. 

June '88 Tr (5, 18, Snorkel) In Service - (660, 630) Relief _ c _ 

Oct. '88 Tr (3, 16) In Service - (666, 668, 667, 658. 662) Relief 



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MEETING OF 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



J UN 2 6 1S89 
Saw h"K/\is<c;i;a<jo 



THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1989 - 2:00 P.M. LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER 

2ND FLOOR, CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, NELDER 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR KENNEDY 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



File 204-89-1 . Hearing to consider proposed 1989-90 
fiscal year lease/purchase agreement for equipment for the 
San Francisco Fire Department. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



File 204-89-2 . Hearing to consider safety hazards for 
firefighters and public caused by mechanical failures of 
equipment and vehicles operated by the San Francisco Fire 
Department and proposals to reduce staffing on engine 
companies and rescue squads. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



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CALENDAR 

SPECIAL MEETING OF 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

JUL 7 1S89 

iiAlM FRANCISCO 

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TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1989 - 10:00 A.M. 



LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER, 
SECOND FLOOR, CITY HALL 



MEMBERS: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, NELDER , KENNEDY 
CLERK: PATRICIA J . ENG 



File 251-88-2 . Hearing to consider Controller's report of 
San Francisco General Hospital Payroll Control and Practices 
Audit. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACT I ON : 



2. File 167-89-3 . Hearing to consider Controller's audit of San 
Francisco General Hospital's Department of Food and Nutritional 
Services Operational Audit. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: 



File 251 -88-4 . Hearing to consider how Municipal Railway 
proposes to comply with the recommendations of the Controller's 
Office in its report on the management review of the contract 
administration function within the Municipal Railway. 
(Supervisor Kennedy) 



ACT I ON : 



OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
235 CITY HALL 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



IMPORTANT 
HEARING NOTICE 

V 



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City Librarian 
Public Library 
Civic Center 



SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

July 11, 1989 
The Minutes of this meeting are not available. 



San I r.iiKisco Public l.ibran, 
Government Information Centa 



CITY AND COUNTY 

»0,7fe 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 





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BUDGET ANALYST 



1390 MARKET STREET, SUITE 1025 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94102 • TELEPHONE (415) 554-7642 



July 24, 1989 

JUL i 
TO: <& Oversight Committee co 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: July 27, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting. 



Item 2 -File 115-89-3 

1. This is a hearing to consider whether the Planning Code is in need of revision, 
how the Code should be revised, how the revision work should be conducted, and 
ways in which members of the public can provide input into the process. 

2. The Budget Analyst conducted a management audit of the Planning 
Department and issued a report to the Board of Supervisors on December 19, 1988. 
Section 2.2 of that report is on the Planning Code. Our general finding with 
respect to the Planning Code, as contained in our prior management audit report, 
is as follows: 

The City's Planning Code is a comprehensive and detailed set of 
rules for governing land uses in the City. However, due to its 
complex organization, inadequate indexing, insufficient definition of 
terms, extensive use of legal terms and phrases, and the lack of an 
accurate zoning map, the Planning Code is not easily understood by 
the general public nor by the Department's own Planning staff. By 
revising, editing, and updating the document, the City's Planning 
Code would become much more useful and readily understood. 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

July 27, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

The recommendations contained in the Budget Analyst's management audit 
report, with respect to the Planning Code, are as follows: 

Audit Rec ommend ations of the Budget Anfllyfrt Pertaining fo fhe 
City's Planning Code 

We recommend that the Department of City Planning develop and the 
City Planning Commission adopt: 

A Planning Code that incorporates the following: 

A well-thought-out structure wherein like requirements 
are grouped in common sections. 

The use of simple language wherever possible. 

A comprehensive definition section. 

An expanded index. 

Increased use of diagrams and charts to make the Code 
more understandable. 

Current and accurate zoning maps. 

A format and numbering system that facilitates locating 
referenced information. 

Elimination of obsolete requirements. 

Regulations that reflect community needs, especially 
with respect to height and bulk limits and parking space 
requirements. 

We recommend that the Director of Planning: 

Implement a system for processing Planning Code 
changes proposed by the public. 

Consider assigning responsibility for authorship of the 
Planning Code to the Implementation Division. 

Insure that Zoning Bulletins on issues of interest to the 
public are published and disseminated. 

Direct the development and distribution of a listing of 
relevant Zoning Planning Code requirements by Bpecific 
zoning districts. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
BUDGET ANALYST 

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Memo to Oversight Committee 

July 27, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

Implement a process for formally assessing and 
presenting to the Planning Commission any additional 
staffing that might be needed as a result of proposed 
amendments to the Planning Code. 

The Department of City Planning submitted a two-page response to the 
Budget Analyst's finding on the Planning Code. A copy of that response is 
attached. 

/-? 
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Harvey M. Rose 



Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Kennedy 
President Britt 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



BOA11D OF SUPERVISORS 
BUDGET ANALYST 

-3- 



SECTION 2.2 : THE PLANNING CODE 

THE DEPARTMENT AGREES THE CITY 
PLANNING CODE SHOULD BE RE-WRITTEN TO 
IMPROVE CLARITY AND ORGANIZATION. WE 
EXPLICITLY DISAGREE THAT STAFF CAN BE 
SHIFTED FROM PLANNING FUNCTIONS TO 
COMPLETE THE TASKS OUTLINED IN THIS 
SECTION. ONLY 19 STAFF ARE ASSIGNED 
TO PUNNING ACTIVITIES NOW; ONE LESS 
THAN RECOMMENDED BY THE BUDGET 
ANALYST. ALL AVAILABLE STAFF IN THE 
IMPLEMENTATION DIVISION IS ASSIGNED TO 
PERMIT PROCESSING. 



Page 23 the Analyst's report states ..."The Zoning 
Administrator himself has stated that the Planning Code needs 
to be completely edited and rewritten so as to be more usable 
by staff and the public." Every member of this Department 
would support this project. 

In recent years because of the demand to revise existing 
provisions, much of the code has been changed and expanded. It 
is now a two volume document and over 400 pages in length. The 
code is organizationally complex and without appropriate 
indexes. 

The Budget Analyst persists in the idea that staff transfered * 
from the Plans and Programs Division can be assigned to 
re-write the code, we need to repeat again that all available 
staff has already been assigned to permit processing. 

The budget Analyst did not review the operation, workload and 
staffing of the Implementation Division and, therefore, has no 
basis for making this recommendation. Tne fact is the 
Implementation Division is intolerably short of staff to do 
processing work and does not have staff to draft code 
revisions, as recommended by the Budget Analyst. Assigning the 
Plans and Programs Division to draft code changes is a 
carefully thought out management decision. Rewriting the City 
Planning Code is a major undertaking, requiring special skills 
and experience. It is a project the Department had hoped to 
start at least two years ago. In recent discussions with 
potential consultants, rewriting the Code is estimated to cost 
over $100,000. It seems remote at this time that high priority 
can be given to accomplishing this work with city funds. 



Attachment 
Page 1 of 2 



The Department's current direction is to pursue private funds 
for the project. It may be possible to enlist the financial 
support of interested parties, including law firms, members of 
the American Institute of Architects, and others. 

*The Budget Analyst's report recommends that the Director of Planning 
"consider assigning responsibility for authorship of the Planning Code to 
the Implementation Division" and does not recommend transferring staff to 
perform these functions. 



Attachment 
Page Z of 2 



The importance of rewriting the Code should be a matter for 
further discussion during the forthcoming budget process with 
the Commission, Mayor and Board of Supervisors. 

Other Responses to the Budget Analyst's Conclusions 

1. The Department acknowledges the need to update the 
Zoning Map. The Zoning Map is current through 1978, 
and a staff member has been assigned by the Zoning 
Administrator to research all zoning map changes since 
then. This essential information will be given to the 
Department's Graphics Section in order to publish an 
up to date Zoning Map early next year. 

2. Major changes to the Planning Code initiated by the 
Department are included in the annual work program and 
appropriate staff assigned. Planning Code changes 
initiated by the Board of Supervisors pose a different 
administrative issue. The Department wishes to 
provide service to Board members and therefore 
attempts to adjust its work program to accommodate 
Board requests. We would be pleased to work with the 
Budget Analyst's office to inform the Board of costs 
and staffing requirements involved in code revision 
requests. 

3. We certainly do not disagree that zoning summaries by 
district and periodic zoning bulletins would aid in 
public understanding of the Code. These special 
publications, which have been made available in the 
past on a periodic basis, could be issued more 
frequently if resources can be found to create an 
expanded public information section proposed by the 
Department. 

4. The Budget Analyst refers to the Neighborhood 
Commercial Zoning Study as ... "a good example of how 
the implications of new legislation should be 
explained to staff.." (page 26) His report calls for 
reassigning Planning Code revisions to the 
Implementation Division, but fails to note that the 
award-winning Neighborhood Commercial Zoning Study was 
in fact authored by the Plans and Programs Division. 
Presumably, if the Department follows this model there 
would be no need to transfer code drafting functions 
to the Implementation Division, as recommended by the 
Budget Analyst. 



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CALENDAR 



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MEETING OF 

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 






THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1989 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, KENNEDY 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



File 39-89-1 . Hearing to consider the 1988/89 Civil Grand 
Jury interim report calling for a comprehensive audit of 
the Public Defender's Office. (Supervisor Kennedy, 
Hong i sto) 



ACT I ON : 



HEARING HELD 



FILED 



File 115-89-3 . Hearing to consider whether or not the 
Planning Code is in need of revision, how the code should 
be revised, how the revision work should be conducted, and 
ways in which members of the public can provide on-going 
input into the process. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

(Continued from 6/2/89) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO 8/24/89. 




P /#S^ * rr * : ^-7 Ufc 

CITY AND COUNTY bbSr^tr) OF SAN FRANCI&CO A 

to. 74, 
3 

BOARD 0£ SUPERVISORS 

BUDGET ANALYST 

1390 MARKET STREET, SUITE 1025 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94102 • TELEPHONE (415) 554-7642 

August 22, 1989 

DOCUMENTS DEFT. 
AUG:: 8 I 
TO: ^ Oversight Committee SAN FRa ^q ISG 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: August 24, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting. 

Item 2 -File 115-89-3 

Note: This item was continued by the Oversight Committee at its meeting of July 
27, 1989. 

1. This is a hearing to consider whether the Planning Code is in need of revision, 
how the Code should be revised, how the revision work should be conducted, and 
ways in which members of the public can provide input into the process. 

2. The Budget Analyst conducted a management audit of the Planning 
Department and issued a report to the Board of Supervisors on December 19, 1988. 
Section 2.2 of that report is on the Planning Code. Our general finding with 
respect to the Planning Code, as contained in our prior management audit report, 
is as follows: 

The City's Planning Code is a comprehensive and detailed set of 
rules for governing land uses in the City. However, due to its 
complex organization, inadequate indexing, insufficient definition of 
terms, extensive use of legal terms and phrases, and the lack of an 
accurate zoning map, the Planning Code is not easily understood by 
the general public nor by the Department's own Planning staff. By 
revising, editing, and updating the document, the City's Planning 
Code would become much more useful and readily understood. 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

August 22, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

The recommendations contained in the Budget Analyst's management audit 
report, with respect to the Planning Code, are as follows: 

Audit Rpeommptidations of the Budget Analyst Pertaining to the 
City's Planning CoHp 

We recommend that the Department of City Planning develop and the 
City Planning Commission adopt: 

A Planning Code that incorporates the following: 

A well-thought-out structure wherein like requirements 
are grouped in common sections. 

The use of simple language wherever possible. 

A comprehensive definition section. 

An expanded index. 

Increased use of diagrams and charts to make the Code 
more understandable. 

Current and accurate zoning maps. 

A format and numbering system that facilitates locating 
referenced information. 

Elimination of obsolete requirements. 

Regulations that reflect community needs, especially 
with respect to height and bulk limits and parking space 
requirements. 

We recommend that the Director of Planning: 

Implement a system for processing Planning Code 
changes proposed by the public. 

Consider assigning responsibility for authorship of the 
Planning Code to the Implementation Division. 

Insure that Zoning Bulletins on issues of interest to the 
public are published and disseminated 

Direct the development and distribution of a listing of 
relevant Zoning Planning Code requirements by specific 
zoning districts. 

BOARD OF SUPKRV1SPK.S 
BUDGET ANALYST 

-2- 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

August 22, 1989 Oversight Committee Meeting 

Implement a process for formally assessing and 
presenting to the Planning Commission any additional 
staffing that might be needed as a result of proposed 
amendments to the Planning Code. 

The Department of City Planning submitted a two-page response to the 
Budget Analyst's finding on the Planning Code. A copy of that response is 
attached. 



Harvey M. Rose 



cc: Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Kennedy 
President Britt 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



BOARD OF SLTKKVISPK.S 
BUDGET ANALYST 

-3- 



SECTION 2.2 : THE PLANNING CODE 

THE DEPARTMENT AGREES THE CITY 
PLANNING CODE SHOULD BE RE-WRITTEN TO 
IMPROVE CLARITY AND ORGANIZATION. WE 
EXPLICITLY DISAGREE THAT STAFF CAN BE 
SHIFTED FROM PLANNING FUNCTIONS TO 
COMPLETE THE TASKS OUTLINED IN THIS 
SECTION. ONLY 19 STAFF ARE ASSIGNED 
TO PLANNING ACTIVITIES NOW; ONE LESS 
THAN RECOMMENDED BY THE BUDGET 
ANALYST. ALL AVAILABLE STAFF IN THE 
IMPLEMENTATION DIVISION IS ASSIGNED TO 
PERMIT PROCESSING. 



Page 23 the Analyst's report states ..."The Zoning 
Administrator himself has stated that the Planning Code needs 
to be completely edited and rewritten so as to be more usable 
by staff and the public." Every member of this Department 
would support this project. 

In recent years because of the demand to revise existing 
provisions, much of the code has been changed and expanded. It 
is now a two volume document and over 400 pages in length. The 
code is organizationally complex and without appropriate 
indexes. 

The Budget Analyst persists in the idea that staff transfered * 
from the Plans and Programs Division can be assigned to 
re-write the code. We need to repeat again that all available 
staff has already been assigned to permit processing. 

The budget Analyst did not review the operation, workload and 
staffing of the Implementation Division and, therefore, has no 
basis for making this recommendation. The fact is the 
Implementation Division is intolerably short of staff to do 
processing work and does not have staff to draft code 
revisions, as recommended by the Budget Analyst. Assigning the 
Plans and Programs Division to draft code changes is a 
carefully thought out management decision. Rewriting the City 
Planning Code is a major undertaking, requiring special skills 
and experience. It is a project the Department had hoped to 
start at least two years ago. In recent discussions with 
potential consultants, rewriting the Code is estimated to cost 
over $100,000. It seems remote at this time that high priority 
can be given to accomplishing this work with city funds. 

The Department's current direction is to pursue private funds 
for the project. It may be possible to enlist the financial 
support of interested parties, including law firms, members of 
the American Institute of Architects, and others. 



Attachment 
Page 1 of 2 



*The Budget Analyst's report recommends that the Director ot Planning 
"consider assigning responsibility for authorship of ths P l a nnin g Cods CO 
the Implementation Division" and does not recommcin! Crana farting Btafl to 
perform these I unctions. 

.4- 



Attachment 
Page Z of 2 



The importance of rewriting the Code should be a matter for 
further discussion during the forthcoming budget process with 
the Commission, Mayor and Board of Supervisors. 

Other Responses to the Budget Analyst's Conclusions 

1. The Department acknowledges the need to update the 
Zoning Map. The Zoning Map is current through 1978, 
and a staff member has been assigned by the Zoning 
Administrator to research all zoning map changes since 
then. This essential information will be given to the 
Department's Graphics Section in order to publish an 
up to date Zoning Map early next year. 

2. Major changes to the Planning Code initiated by the 
Department are included in the annual work program and 
appropriate staff assigned. Planning Code changes 
initiated by the Board of Supervisors pose a different 
administrative issue. The Department wishes to 
provide service to Board members and therefore 
attempts to adjust its work program to accommodate 
Board requests. We would be pleased to work with the 
Budget Analyst's office to inform the Board of costs 
and staffing requirements involved in code revision 
requests. 

3. We certainly do not disagree that zoning summaries by 
district and periodic zoning bulletins would aid in 
public understanding of the Code. These special 
publications, which have been made available in the 
past on a periodic basis, could be issued more 
frequently if resources can be found to create an 
expanded public information section proposed by the 
Department. 

4. The Budget Analyst refers to the Neighborhood 

Commercial Zoning Study as "a good example of how 

the implications of new legislation should be 
explained to staff.." (page 26) His report calls for 
reassigning Planning Code revisions to the 
Implementation Division, but fails to note that the 
award-winning Neighborhood Commercial Zoning Study was 
in fact authored by the Plans and Programs Division. 
Presumably, if the Department follows this model there 
would be no need to transfer code drafting functions 
to the Implementation Division, as recommended by the 
Budget Analyst. 



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ABSENT: SUPERVISOR HONG I STO 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



ROOM 228, CITY HALL 



File 107-89-4 . Hearing to consider San Francisco Greater 
Avenues to Independence Plan (GAIN) program administered 
by the Department of Social Services. (Supervisor Kennedy) 



ACTION 



HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



File 115-89-3 . Hearing to consider whether or not the 
Planning Code is in need of revision, how the code should 
be revised, how the revision work should be conducted, and 
ways in which members of the public can provide on-going 
input into the process. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

(Continued from 7/27/89) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



File 193-89-8 . Hearing to consider standards, procedures 
and staff requirements needed to keep the San Francisco 
Zoo clean and its impact on health of zoo animals. 
(Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO RECESSED MEETING ON 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1989, AT 2:00 P.M. IN THE 
LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER 



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CLERK: 



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and staff requirements needed to keep the San Francisco 
Zoo clean and its impact on health of zoo animals. 
(Supervisor Nelder) 

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1. File 39-89-3 . Hearing to consider the 1988-89 Civil Grand 
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ABSEMT: SUPERVISOR NELDER, I tern No. 2 
CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



File 39-89-3 . Hearing to consider the 1988-89 Civil Grand Jury 
Report. (Grand Jury) 



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File 39-89-4 . [Grand Jury Recommendations] Motion directing 
the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to submit comments on the 
recommendations of the 1988-89 Civil Grand Jury to the 
Presiding Judge of the Superior Court who empaneled that Civil 
Grand Jury. (Supervisor Hongisto) 



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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, KENNEDY 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



File 172-89-7 . Hearing to consider process the City uses 
on sale of tax-delinquent occupied property. (Supervisor 
Hong i sto) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, KENNEDY 
ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 
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1. File 270-89-10 . Hearing to consider and assess the role of the 
Sheriff's Department during the earthquake emergency. 
(Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. RESOLUTION PREPARED IN AND REPORTED 
OUT OF COMMITTEE ENTITLED: "[Commendation] 
RESOLUTION COMMENDING SHERIFF MICHAEL HENNESSEY AND 
THE STAFF OF THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT FOR THEIR 
DEDICATION TO DUTY DURING THE STATE OF EMERGENCY 
FOLLOWING THE EARTHQUAKE ON OCTOBER 17, 1989." 
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NOTICE IS HEREBY given that due to the Thanksgiving Holiday 
the Oversight Committee meeting for Thursday, November 23, 
1989, at 2:00 p.m. has been cancelled. 





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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1989 - 2:00 P.M. LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER, 

SECOND FLOOR, CITY HALL 

MEMBERS: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, NELDER, KENNEDY 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 

CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



File 39-89-5 . Hearing to consider the 1989-90 Civil Grand 
Jury's Final Report on the Voter Information Pamphlet. (Grand 
Jury) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. MOTION PREPARED IN AND REPORTED OUT OF 
COMMITTEE ENTITLED: "[Grand Jury Recommendation] 
DIRECTING THE CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO 
SUBMIT COMMENTS ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE JURY 
1989-90 CIVIL GRAND JURY RELATING TO THE VOTER 
INFORMATION PAMPHLET TO THE PRESIDING JUDGE OF THE 
SUPERIOR COURT WHO EMPANELED THAT CIVIL GRAND JURY." 
RECOMMENDED FOR THE BOARD MEETING OF 1/2/90. 



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File 107-89-15 . Hearing to consider procedures and regulations 
concerning foster children, including placement of these 
children outside of San Francisco and the ramifications of 
Senate Bill 1177 regarding the adoption of children. 
(Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION. HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

Fi le 107-89- 15.1 . RESOLUTION (AS PRESENTED BY 
SUPERVISOR HONGISTO IN COMMITTEE - ! PREPARED IN AN? 
REPORTED OUT OF COMMITTEE ENTITLED: "[Foster 
Children] URGING THE MAYOR TO URGE THE SOCIAL 
SERVICES COMMISSION TO IMPLEMENT A POLICY THAT LIMITS 
PLACEMENT OF FOSTER CHILDREN TO HOMES THAT SHARE THE 
SAME ETHNICITY OR RACE; AND TO ESTABLISH AS ITS 
HIGHEST PRIORITY THE REUNION OF FOSTER CHILDREN WITH 
THEIR BIRTH FAMILIES." (Add Supervisor Kennedy as 
CO-sponsor) RECOMMENDED. 

File 107-89-15 2 RESOLUTION (AS PRESENTED BY 
SUPERVISOR HONGISTO IN COMMITTEE) PREPARED IN AND 
REPORTED OUT OF COMMITTEE ENTITLED: "[[State 
Legislation] MEMORIALIZING THE STATE LEGISLATURE AND 
THE SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY TO TAKE IMMEDIATE STEPS 
TO REPEAL SB 1177." (Add Supervisor Kennedy as 
co-sponsor) RECOMMENDED 



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has been cancelled. 




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THURSDAY JANUARY 25, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 
MEMBERS: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, NELDER, KENNEDY 
ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER, I terns 1, 3, 4, and 5 
CLERK: PATRICIA J. ENG 



1. File 39-89-3 . Hearing to consider the 1988-89 Civil Grand 
Jury Report. (Grand Jury) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

2. File 79-89-2 . Hearing to consider policies and procedures 
followed by the Mayor's Office of Business and Economic 
Development and the Mayor's Office of Housing and 
Neighborhoods regarding the disbursement of economic and 
housing loans to members of the community. (Supervisor 
Kennedy) 



ACT I ON : 



HEARING HELD 



FILED 



3. File 165-89-1 . Hearing to consider Budget Analyst's 
management audit of the Department of City Planning. 
(Supervisor Walker) 



ACT I ON 



HEARING HELD 



FILED. 



File 165-89-2 . Hearing to consider the Budget Analyst's 
1982 report reviewing the operations of the Department of 
Public Works Bureau of Building Inspection. (Supervisor 
Hong i sto) 



ACTION 



HEARING HELD 



FILED 



File 264-89-1 . Hearing to consider policies and 

procedures utilized within the Bureau of Building 
Inspectors to maintain the public trust in inspectors. 
(Supervisor Kennedy) 



ACTION 



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1390 Market Street, Suite 1025, San Francisco, CA94102 (415) 552-9292 

February 9, 1990 

TO: Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT^ February 13, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting. 

Item 1 - File 27-90-2 

Note: This item was continued and transferred out of the Governmental 
Operations Committee on February 5, 1990, and referred to the 
Oversight Committee on February 6, 1990. 

1. This item is a hearing to consider the compliance of the Human Rights 
Commission and the Airport with the Local Minority/Women Business 
Enterprise Ordinance. 

2. Section 12D.3 of the Minority/Women/Local Business Ordinance outlines 
the policy of the City as follows: 

"It is the policy of the City to ensure full and equitable 
opportunities for Minority Business Enterprises, Women Business 
Enterprises and local businesses to participate as prime contractors 
in the provision of goods and services to the City. This program is 
intended to correct identified discriminatory practices inherent in the 
City's procurement process and in the award of prime contracts to 
MBE/WBEs and to develop their status and capability as prime 
contractors of the City." 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

February 13, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting 

3. Section 12D.4 of the Ordinance provides that MBE and WBE bid 
preferences of the Ordinance shall be afforded only to economically disadvantaged 
minority and women-owned businesses subject to the following exemptions: 

1. When the Director of the Human Rights Commission finds, with the 
advice of the contract awarding authority, that needed goods or 
services are available only from a sole source which is not an MBE or 
WBE, and the prospective contractor is not currently disqualified from 
doing business with the City, or from doing business with any 
governmental agency, based on a failure to comply with MBE/WBE; or 
contract compliance requirements. 

2. If the contract awarding authority certifies in writing to the Director 
that (a) pursuant to the Administrative Code Section 6.30, the contract 
is necessary to respond to an emergency which endangers the public 
health or safety, and (b) there is no time to apply the bid preference and 
no MBEs or WBEs capable of performing the emergency work are 
immediately available, provided that the contract awarding authority 
certification was made prior to the Controller's contract certification. 

4. Section 12D. 14(E) of the ordinance requires that if the Director of the 
Human Rights Commission finds, after investigation, that a City Department in 
the process of awarding a contract(s) has deliberately failed to comply with the 
provisions of the ordinance, a written Finding of Noncompliance, specifying the 
nature of the noncompliance, must be transmitted to the City Department, the 
Commission, the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors. Additionally, the Director 
of the Human Rights Commission must attempt to resolve any noncompliance 
through conference and conciliation. If such efforts fail to resolve the 
noncompliance, the Director of the Human Rights Commission must transmit a 
copy of the Finding of Noncompliance, along with a finding that conciliation was 
attempted and failed, to the Human Rights Commission. The Human Rights 
Commission must notify the City Department to take appropriate action to secure 
compliance. 

5. Attachment 1 is a letter from the Director of Airports to the Mayor 
pertaining to the Airport's 1988-89 MBE/WBE data. 



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Memo to Oversight Committee 

February 13, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting 

6. Attachment 2 is a letter from the Human Rights Commission regarding 
HRC's stance on the issue of the Agency's compliance with the MBE/WBE 
ordinance, and the Agency's position on the need for a hearing on this issue. 

Harvey M. Rose 

cc: Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Kennedy 
President Britt 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



BOARD OF SlTFUVISOllS 
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January 19, 1990 



Honorable Art Agno* 

Mayor 

City of San Francisco 

Room 200, City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Agnos: 

In accordance with the City's MBE/WBE/LBE Ordinance 175-89, I am reporting the 
Airport'* progress for the preceding Fiscal Year 1986-89 toward the achievement of MBE 
and WBE participation goals. As you know, the MBE/WBE/LBE Ordinance 139-84 was in 
effect which stipulated annual participation goals of 30% MBE and 10% WBE. 

During 1988-69, our eligible contract dollars totaled $23,873,844. Of thii amount. 
$8,477,115 (36%) was awarded to MBE primes and $238,338 (1%) to WBE primes. Seven (7) 
concession leases were awarded: Cigarette Vending, California Products Shop (MBE), 
Mobile Catering A (MBE), Mobile Catering B (MBE), Duty Free Shop (In-Bond), Beauty 
Salon and Gifts/Newsstand Shop under a Principal Concession lease with MBE/WBB 
subleasing goals as a Newsstand (MBE) and Sports Shop (WBE). As previously indicated, 
three of these leases were awarded to MBE prime* and two subleases were awarded to an 
MBE and a WBE. 

For further identification of contracts by ethnic breakdown and dollar amount, I have 
enclosed computer printouts for both the construction/professional services contracts and 
concession leases. This annual report was also submitted to the Human Rights Commission 
on July 28, 1989. 

If you or your staff should need additional information about our annual report, please let 
me know. 

Very truly yours. 

Original signed by 

LATURPEN 
L. A. Turpen 
Director of Airports 

Enclosure* 

LAT:SC:ma 

cc: Admln;Chron;File 



AIRPORTS COMMISSION 
ANNUAL MBE/WBE REPORT - FISCAL YEAR 1988/89 



Attachment 1 
Page Z of 4 



ANNUAL MBO CONTRACTING PERFORMANCE DATA 

1. Total ellgfole contract dollar* awarded $23,873,884 

2. Total number of eligible contracts awarded 74 

3. Contract dollars awarded to MBE priraei $ 8,477, lis 

4. Percentage of contract dollar* awarded to MBE's 36% 

5. Number of contracts awarded to MBE'i 22 

6. Contract dollar amounts to: 

Hispanic $ 4,429,714 

Asian/Pacific Islander $ 6,249,066 

Filipino $ 395,000 

Black $ 116,175 

7. Number of contracts awarded to: 

Hispanic 3 

Asian/Pacific Islander 10 

Filipino 1 

Black 2 

8. Contract dollars awarded to WBE primes $ 238.338 

9. Percentage of contract dollars awarded to WBB's 1% 

10. Number of contracts awarded to WBE's 8 

11. Contract dollars awarded to WBB's: 

Hispanic $ 61,000 

Asian/Pacific Islander $ 46,000 

White % 101.975 

Black $ 29,363 

12. Number of contracts awarded to WBE's: 

Hispanic 1 

White 3 

Black 2 

Asian/Pacific Ulandcr 2 



II. ANNUAL MBO CONCESSION PERFORMANCE DATA 

1. Total dollar amount from concessions 

2. Total number of concessions awarded 

3. Dollar amount of concessions from MBE Prime 

4. Percentage of Prime Contracts awarded to MBE's 

5. Number of concessions awarded to MBE's 

6. Estimated dollar amount received from MBE Primes: 

Filipino 
Asian 

7. Dollar amount of concessions from WBE Primes 

8. Number of concessions awarded to WBE Primes 

9. Number of subleases awarded to MBE's 

10. Dollar amount received from MBE subleases 

Asian 
Hispanic 





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$ 171,511 














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$ 240,000 





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ANNUAL MBO CONCESSION PERFORMANCE DATA 

1. Total dollar amount from concessions $21,979,749 

2. Total number of concessions awarded 7 

3. Dollar amount of concessions from MBE Prime $ 532,513 

4. Percentage of Prime Contracts awarded to MBE's 43% 

5. Number of concessions awarded to MBE's 3 

6. Estimated dollar amount received from MBE Primes: 

Filipino $ 64,002 

Asian $ 171,511 

7. Dollar amount of concessions from WBE Primes 

8. Number of concessions awarded to WBE Primes 

9. Number of subleases awarded to MBE's 2 

10. Dollar amount received from MBE subleases 

Asian $ 57,000 

Hispanic $ 240,000 



Attac hment 
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City and County of San Francisco Human Rights Commission 




Office of Minority/Women Business Enterprise 
Office of Contract Compliance 
Office of Dispute Resolution 



February 5, 1990 



Supervisor James Gonzales 

Chair, Government Operations Committee 

Board of Supervisors 

235 City Hal I 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Supervisor Gonzales: 

This letter is in further response to the concerns expressed by the 
Coalition of Black Truckers in their letter to Mayor Agnos dated November 16, 
1989. I believe their concerns were clearly addressed by Deputy Mayor Claude 
Everhart's letter of January 9. 

Though the Coalition's letter was addressed to the Mayor, the fidelity and 
the integrity of the Human Rights Commission in discharging its obligations in 
the implementation of the M/W/LBE ordinance at San Francisco International 
Airport was central in several of the issues the Coalition raised. Though the 
Mayor's Office has responded to the letter, and though we stand squarely behind 
that response, I would like to also provide my own response for your 
cons ideration . 

Let me say unequivocally that the San Francisco Human Rights Commission is, 
and always has been fully committed to the strong enforcement of the ordinance. 
Our current staff at the Airport, Mr. Gary Wong and Mr. Kevin williams, and the 
staff before them have all been extremely competent and deligent in the pursuit 
of their duties. We believe staff have fully represented the interests and 
fulfilled the responsibilities of HRC at the Airport with the competence, with 
candor, and independent of any compromise of HRC principles, policies or 
procdedures. 

In late November, I tried to communicate our views to the Coalition in a 
face to face meeting, but my offer was refused by the Coalition's letter of 
December 1 , 1989. 

However, I am pleased to report that Monday, January 29, 1990, we met with 
11 members of the Coalition of Black Truckers and had what I considered a very 
fruitful and enlightening discussion. While this meeting could only begin to 
examine our differences, more importantly, we were able to share that we indeed 
had mutual concerns, common goals and aspirations for the ordinance, and fh? 
strong desire to maximize the efforts of minority and women entrepreneurs in 
doing business with the City of San Franc 1 SCO. 



Suite 501, 1095 Market Str.-.-t San Francisco 94103 



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Supervisor Gonzales 

Page 2 

February 5, 1990 



Mr. Chairman and members of the Committee, let me conclude by saying that I 
am convinced that it is not a legislative hearing that is needed in this matter 
at this time, but rather, an opportunity to improve our communication with each 
other and develop new cooperative relationships which will help us to achieve 
common goals. 




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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO, NELDER, KENNEDY 
ACTING CLERK: GAIL JOHNSON 



File 27-90-2 . Hearing to consider the compliance of the Human 
Rights Commission and the Airport with the Local Minority/Women 
Business Enterprise ordinance. (Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recessed to February 14, 1990, at 6:00 
p.m. 



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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1990 - 6:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONG I STO AND KENNEDY 
ABSENT: SUPERVISOR NELDER 
ACTING CLERK: GAIL JOHNSON 



1. File 27-90-2 . Hearing to consider the compliance of the Human 
Rights Commission and the Airport with the Local Minority/Women 
Business Enterprise ordinance. (Supervisor Kennedy) 

(Continued from 2/13/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to Call of the Chair. 



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TO: Oversight Committee ' 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

3mi4 FKAWCISCO 

SUBJECT: February 22, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting " 



Item 1 - File 206-89-3 

1. This item is a hearing to consider operations of the San Francisco 
Housing Authority to include the conduct of public hearings, maintenance 
and upkeep of units, use of public funds, public housing tenants 
associations and other operational issues. 

2. The San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) continues to be 
designated an "operationally troubled" housing authority by the U. S. 
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which, according to 
HUD, results from SFHA's failure to meet certain basic minimum 
management performance standards. 

3. SFHA's 1989-90 current Operating Budget is as follows: 

Estimated Revenues 

Rent & Other Operating Receipts $15,499,450 

HUD Subsidy 13.379.827 

Total Revenues $28,879,277 

Estimated Expenditures 27.240.570 

Balance of Estimated Revenues Over Estimated 

Expenditures 1,638,707 

HUD Debt Payback (see below) 1.275.000 

SFHA Operating Reserve $ 363,707 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

February 22, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting 

4. The HUD Debt Payback of $1,275,000 reduces the total SFHA debt to 
HUD from $2,514,527 to $1,239,527, to be paid back in future years. 

5. SFHA does not receive any General Funds for its operations. 
However, an annual payment to the City entitled Payment in Lieu of Taxes 
(PILOT) has been waived by the Board of Supervisors over the past several 
years because of the financial plight of the SFHA. In August of 1989, the 
Board of Supervisors approved Resolution File 161-89-5 waiving an 
estimated $802,152 in PILOT funds for fiscal year 1989-90. For the previous 
fiscal year 1988-89, the Board of Supervisors waived an estimated $784,628 in 
PILOT funds. 

6. On December 14, 1989, Mr. David Gilmore, the new SFHA 
Executive Director, provided the San Francisco Housing Authority 
Commission an assessment of current SFHA conditions and a series of 
recommendations for needed management improvements aimed at 
restoring the SFHA to a sound and viable condition within a reasonable 
period of time. 

7. To accomplish the needed management improvements, the SFHA 
Commission approved a staff reorganization plan in November 1989 (see 
Attachment 1). The reorganization plan establishes two new Deputy 
Executive Director positions, eliminates four Director positions, redefines 
the Facilities Management Unit into a Planning and Construction Division, 
and relocates the function of Personnel and Labor Relations to the Executive 
Office, among its major changes. 

8. In his first six month assessment of the SFHA, Mr. Gilmore 
identified two strategies to preserve existing public housing units: the 
preservation of stable developments; and the reconstruction of the more 
distressed, decaying developments. Attachment 2 provides a recent 
inventory of all SFHA developments, totalling 6,863 units, that are under 
the jurisdiction of the SFHA. This inventory was included in the SFHA 
Golden Anniversary Report (1938-1988). 

9. Mr. Gilmore has designated nine distressed developments for 
which a dramatic program of reconstruction is needed. These 
developments are Potrero Annex, Potrero Terrace, Sunnydale, Westbrook 
Apartments, Bernal Dwellings, Valencia Gardens, Hunters View, 
Alemany and Hayes Valley. Two of these developments, Sunnydale and 
Alemany, will be reconstructed with HUD Comprehensive Modernization 
funds. The source of funds for the reconstruction of the seven other 
designated distressed developments has not been determined. 

10. In addition, Yerba Buena Plaza West will be completely rebuilt 
with a combination of HUD and City funds. The City funds total $2.9 
million from the Housing Affordability Funds, which originally provided 
$10 million from the General Fund in 1985 for housing development. These 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
BUDGFrr ANALYST 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

February 22, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting 

funds are separate from the funds currently on reserve for housing 
affordability activities. Yerba Buena Plaza East, companion project to 
Yerba Buena Plaza West, has not been considered a distressed development 
by the SFHA. 

11. Mr. Gilmore has also identified the following six management 
initiatives to improve the condition of the SFHA project developments: 

Resident management will be encouraged under the right 
circumstances, testing the capacity of tenants to take control of 
important aspects of their lives. 

Resident business initiatives with the formation of resident- 
operated non-profit companies will be undertaken which, with 
tenant labor, can perform a number of essential non- 
management functions such as groundskeeping, landscaping, 
household moving and cleaning services. 

- Private management in some specific areas to assume 
managerial responsibilities for selected developments will be 
fostered. This would be appropriate to test SFHA capacity against 
the performance of others, which is healthy and should serve the 
interest of the tenants. 

Decentralization of management staff will be implemented to 
react to local service requests in a more timely fashion. 

Management training to prepare for greater decentralization of 
management staff will be accomplished to employ local vested 
new authority effectively and properly use and maintain those 
resources placed in their charge. 

- Admissions Policies and Procedures will be reorganized to 
streamline the housing application process, merge the 
vacancy/re-occupancy process and eliminate subjective 
placement. 

12. As reported above, the SFHA identified a total of 6,863 housing 
units in their inventory (Attachment 2). Presently, the SFHA is reporting a 
total of 6,488 units of which 6,094 are occupied and 394 are vacant 
(Attachment 3). The difference of 375 units (6,863 - 6,488) fall into the 
categories of demolition, mothballed and non-residential uses such as 
offices and child care facilities. 



BOARD OK SUPERVISORS 
BUDGET ANALYST 



Memo to Oversight Committee 

February 22, 1990 Oversight Committee Meeting 

13. In December 1990, Mr. Gilmore reported that vacancies have 
been reduced a total of 195 units from 600 to 405 (33%) during his first six 
months as director. During the last two months vacancies have been 
reduced an additional 11 units from 405 to 394. Mr. Gilmore advises that 
the SFHA is committed to the effective elimination of vacancies by the end of 
September, 1990, allowing for a normal "turnover" vacancy rate of two 
percent. A two percent vacancy rate would be a total of 130 units (2% times 
6,488). Under these circumstances the SFHA would have to reduce 
vacancies an additional 264 units (394 - 130) over the next six months to 
achieve the top goal as enumerated by the Mayor and the SFHA 
Commissioners. 



Harvey M. Rose 



cc: Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Kennedy 
President Britt 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSING AUTHORITY DEVELOPMENTS 



DEVELOPMENT 

HOLLY COURTS 
POTRERO TERRACE 
SUNNYDALE 
VALENQA GARDENS 
WESTSIDE COURTS 
NORTH BEACH 
PING YUEN 
BERNAL DWELLINGS 
HUNTERS POINT (A) 



POTRERO ANNEX 

ALEMANY 

YERBA BUENA PLAZA (W) 
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WESTBROOK APARTMENTS 

HUNTERS VIEW 

ROSA PARKS SR. APTS. 

PING YUEN (NORTH) 

ALICE GRIFFITH 

HAYES VALLEY (A) 
(B) 
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•JOHN F. KENNEDY 
•MISSION DOLORES 
•WOODSIDE GARDENS 
•990 PACIFIC 
•227 BAY 
•275 THRIFT 
•350 ELLIS 
•666 ELLIS 
•345 HERMANN 

75-77 COLERIDGE 

101-103 LUNDY'S 
•3850 18th STREET 
•320/330 CLEMENTINA 

4101 NORIEGA 
•363 NOE 

200 RANDOI PI I 

2206-2268 GREAT HIGHWAY 
& 2215-2263 48th AVENUE 
•2698 CALIFORNIA 
•25 SANCHEZ 
•1760 BUSH 
•345 ARGUELLO BLVD. 
• 1880 PINE 
•491 31st AVINUI 
•1750 MCALLISTER 
•939 EDDY STREET 
•951 EDDY STRH I 
•430 TURK 

I' IAN 'AN |UU APIS 

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LOCATION 

Appleton, Highland, Pattern, Holly Park Circle 
23rd, Wisconsin, 26th Street, Connecticut 
Velasco, Hahn at Sunnydale 
Valencia, 15th Street, Guerrero 
Post Broderick, Sutter, Baker 
Columbus, B3y, Mason, Francisco 
Pacific at Powell, Grant & Stockton 
Harrison, Army, Folsom, 26th Street 

1 . Upper West-Griffith & Navy Road 

2. Lower West— Oakdale. Griffith, Palou 

3. East — Earl, Kiska. Dormitory Road & Evans 
Missouri at 23rd Street 

Alemany at Ellsworth 

1. Turk, Divisadero, Eddy, Pierce 

2. Turk, Buchanan, Eddy, Laguna 
Innes, Southridge, Kiska, Dormitory 
Middle Point at Innes or Evans 
Webster, Turk, Buchanan, Golden Gate 
Broadway, Cordelia, Pacific, Stockton 
Griffith at Gilman 

Velasco & Castillo 

Buchanan, Webster, Page, Haight 

Buchanan, Webster, Fell, Hayes 

Sacramento near Webster 

15th Street near Guerrero 

Waodside Avenue, opposite Hernandez 

Pacific & Mason 

Powell & Stockton 

Thrift, Capitol, Orizaba 

Taylor & Jones 

Hyde & Larkin 

Hermann & Duboce 



Church & Sanchez 

Tehama, Clementina, 4th, 5th Streets 

48th Avenue A Noriega 

Pond A Noe 

Randolph A Head 



California & Scott 
Sanchez & Duboce 
Cough & Octavia 
Clement A Cornwall 

h A Octavia 
Geary & 31st Avenue 

Baton a Broderh k 

Cough & Franklin 

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Turk A I.iiLim 
Iridy A Vfefatta 



UNITS 


COMPLETED 


118 


1940 


469 


1941 


767 


1941 


246 


1942 


136 


1943 


229 


19S2 


234 


1952 


208 


1953 


30 


1953 


103 


1953 


80 


1953 


137 


1955 


157 


1955 


332 


1955 


276 


1956 


225 


1956 


267 


1956 


198 


1961 


194 


1961 


254 


1962 


18 


1962 


167 


1963 


139 


1963 


98 


1966 


92 


1966 


110 


1968 


92 


1969 


50 


1970 


1 


1970 


96 


1970 


100 


1971 


42 


1971 


2 


1971 


2 


1971 


107 


1971 


276 


1971 


8 


1971 


22 


1971 


16 


1971 


16 


1971 


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1971 


90 


1972 


108 


1972 


69 


1973 


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1973 


75 


1973 


97 


1974 


16 


1980 


24 


1980 


89 


1987 


8 


1988 



Total 6,863 



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S.F. HOUSING AUTHORITY 

VACANT UNIT SUMMARY 

AS OF - 2/20/90 



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AREA 1 

17 ROSA PARKS APARTMENTS 

21 MISSION DOLORES 

22 WOODS IDE GARDENS 

23 990 PACIFIC 

24 227 BAY 

27 3850 «. 255 DORLAND 

28 462 DUDOCE STREET 
37 363 NOE 

40 25 SANCHEZ STREET 

41 345 ARQUELLO BLVB 

42 491 31ST AVENUE 

43 1750 MCALLISTER STREET 
AREA TOTAL 

AREA 2 

20 JOHN Ft KENNEDY TOWERS 

25 350 ELLIS ST. 

31 320-330 CLEMENTINA TOWERS 

32 A66 ELLIS ST. 

33 1760 BUSH STREET 

34 1880 PINE STREET 

39 269G CALIFORNIA STREET 

46 939 EDDY STREET 

47 951 EDDY STREET 

49 430 TURK STREET 
AREA TOTAL 

AREA 3 

06 , WESTSXDE COURTS 

14 YERBA BUENA PLAZA 

19 HAYES VALLEY 

50 JOAN SAN JULE APARTMENTS 
AREA TOTAL 



AREA 
09 
10 
18 



AREA TOTAL 



NORTH BEACH 

PING YUEN 

PING YUEN NORTH 



AREA 
02 
04 
05 
08 
29 
30 



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AREA TOTAL 



POTRERO TERRACE 
VALENCIA GARDENS 
BERNAL DWELLINGS 
POTRERO ANNEX 
COLERIDGE 
UNDY'S LANE 



AREA 
01 
03 
11 
26 
35 
36 
38 
48 



AREA TOTAL 



AREA 
07 
12 
IS 

16 



HOLLY COURTS 

9UNNYDALE 

ALEMANY 

275 THRIFT 

200 RANDOLPH STREET 

4101 NOREIGA ST. 

GREAT HIGHWAY 

602 - 642 VELASCO STREET 



AREA TOTAL 
AGENCY TOTAL 



WESTBROOK APTS, 
HUNTER'S POINT 
HUNTER'S VIEW 
ALICE GRIFFITH 



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6094 



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88 


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47 


190 


23 


208 


58 


241 


11 


317 


139 



394 



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i ! 


91 


i 


107 


2 i 


99 


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1 


106 


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9 i 


97 




95 


1 


271 


2 


98 


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107 




112 




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35 


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22 




87 


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963 


3 1 


.135 


1 


230 


46 


278 


14 


8 




651 


61 


221 





233 


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194 


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648 





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240 


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191 


17 


117 


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SP * CALENDAR documents deft. 

540.74, MEETING OF FEB;i? 

OVERS I GHT COMM I TTEE — KfKSMi 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

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THURSDAY^ FEBRUARY 22, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS HONGISTO AND NELDER 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



File 206-89-3 . Hearing to consider operations of the San 
Francisco Housing Authority to include but not limited to 
conduct of public hearings, maintenance and upkeep of 
units, use of public funds and public housing tenants 
association. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 



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